U.S. hospitals overdo Ebola plans, posing new risks: researchers

17:03 EDT 22 Aug 2014 | Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fear of Ebola is causing U.S. hospitals to take precautions that, paradoxically, might backfire, increasing the risk to those caring for a patient with the deadly disease, researchers warned this week.

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